328 apartments for rent in Biloxi, MS
Guide to Biloxi
Biloxi Apartments For Rent
Gentle sea breezes rustle the palm trees as colorful neon lights sparkle on the water’s calm surface. Casinos, sandy white beaches, and the salty air of the Gulf Coast combine to make Biloxi, Mississippi a great place for your next apartment. Biloxi’s casinos, historic sites, art galleries, unique shops, and Cajun cuisine draw thousands of tourists every year. They come here to swim, sail, fish, windsurf, sail, golf, and gamble — and provide a strong backbone for the city’s economy.
Biloxi is the location of the first French settlement in 1699. Its long history is marked by a wide variety of historic locations, such as Beauvoir. Built in 1848, Beauvoir was the home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis from 1877 until his death in 1889. Other historic sites include the Biloxi Lighthouse, the Redding House, and the Old Brick House – the oldest house in Biloxi, built in the 1850s.
Keesler Air Force Base was built in 1941 and is home to the 81st Training Wing. It is named for Second Lt. Samuel Keesler, a World War 1 aerial observer. The base was the inspiration for Neil Simon’s play Biloxi Blues, the story of a 20-year-old who is drafted during World War II and sent to the base for basic training. The play was adapted to the big screen in 1988 and starred Matthew Broderick.
Biloxi is home to a farmer’s market, the Biloxi Natatorium, walking trails, recreation centers, and parks. Beautiful rivers and bayous are perfect for kayaking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and lazy summer days, and a wide variety of museums and entertainment venues help make Biloxi an exciting place to call home. Find your apartment in Biloxi now and start enjoying this dynamic city.
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- Keesler Air Force Base
- Gulfport-Biloxi Air Guard Station
- Naval Construction Center
- Pascagoula Naval Station
- National Guard Armory
- Enjoy Mardi Gras on the coast – Carnival on the Coast features a total of 23 parades and attracts over 450,000 visitors.
- The Mississippi Coast Coliseum Crawfish Festival features carnival rides, music, competitions, and great food.
- The Gulf Islands National Seashore Mississippi District features over 400 acres of camping, swimming, fishing, hiking, and boating.
- Golfers will enjoy year-round games on nearly 20 golf courses.
- Ship Island is home to top-rated beaches and the historic Fort Massachusetts, built in 1859.
- Biloxi’s 11 casinos are great for gambling, but they also offer restaurants, entertainment, shops, and spas.